I have small ears donde se compra el viagra. This makes earphones hard for me because they are too small to fit ear buds in them. I’ve always had to hook them over my ears and let them rest in place because otherwise, they hurt and fall out.
At the gym, I’ve been wearing headphones so I don’t have this problem. But the wire has been bothering me on the treadmill and stair master. It’s just always in the way and I find myself wrapping it around my hand or something and worried it’s going to get caught and drag my phone down. So I decided to invest in some wireless bluetooth headphones.
I decided on the WhiteLabel MusicJogger Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, mostly because they were cheap. I did have some people advice I get some expensive ones but I’m not going to spend over £100 on headphones that I take to the gym and leave knocking about in my gym bag. Just noooooo.
I’m not really bothered about brands or names, I just want some headphones that work! I’d rather chance it with some cheap ones than pay for expensive ones only to have them break after I put them through hell.
And you know what? I’m glad I did.
These bluetooth headphones are available in a few colours and even fold to fit in your bag better. They have a playback time of 6 hours according to the box and this seems pretty accurate to me.
I’ve been using my headphones for almost 3 weeks now, working out 4-5 times a week for around 1hr 30 each session and I’ve not had to recharge the headphones once.
It’s easy to connect the headphones to your phone – you turn them on by holding the phone button, then press it three times while searching for a device on your phone and then connect to it.
Once they’re paired, you don’t need to keep going in and syncing it every time you use them. You simply turn them on and off you go.
You can control the volume and skip tracks using the earphones, too.
They don’t go over your head like normal, headphones, but they hook over your ears so the band goes around your head, which is a bit different but doesn’t feel as odd as you would thing. I’ve not had any issues with these falling off at all.
Going for the cheaper option really worked for me here! Hurrah!
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